that may work for you, but with the amount of mistakes i introduce it is a sure fire recipe for acute hypochondria. fever? possibly a particularly delirious one...
on a more serious note, my own personal way is to concentrate very hard on the image of a load of monkeys hacking via their proverbial typewriters into the wireless lan and taking over my emacs session. i have been tasked with recovering the code-temples they wrote over, and sadly time never permits me to see them again in all their splendour. hey, works for me,TIMTOWTDI, etc, etc...
...in the world of the mules there are no rules
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